Northampton Senior Services, located at 67 Conz St., Northampton, is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for Northampton’s elders (ages 60 and over) with some programs and activities available to those 55-59 years of age.
Every elder is a valued member of the community and has the right to a life of dignity while maintaining a maximum level of independence.To meet this goal, Northampton Senior Services identifies needs and provides a range of programs, activities and services to address those needs.
Northampton Senior Center
67 Conz Street
Northampton, MA 01060
The Northampton Senior Center offers extensive programming for Northampton seniors and seniors in the surrounding communities. Please take a look at our programs and classes to learn more about our monthly schedules.
The Northampton Senior Center publishes a monthly publication, The Conz Street Chronicle, and is now available online! For more information regarding this publication, see the Conz Street Chronicle page, or contact the Senior Center at 413-587-1228.
For all other questions, concerns, and inquiries, please do not hesitate to give us a call or stop by!
Northampton Senior Services Program Survey
Due to the current COVID-19 pandemic and the closing of the Senior Center we have begun to offer programs to seniors remotely. We are planning for the potential that the Center will need to continue to provide remote programming over a longer period of time than other organizations. We would like to know what kinds of programming you would like to see us offer, now and over several months or longer.
Opportunities for citizen input:
- DRAFT Member Guidebook is available now for review and feedback, click here.
Council on Aging agendas & minutes
Artist of the Month - Morgan Brown
What is your artistic medium?
Although photography is my current medium, I've expressed myself in other art forms as well: pottery, painting, and jewelry making - using beads and/or metals such as silver and copper.
What is your background?
I was an elementary school teacher, then a children’s book editor and also a paralegal.
How long have you been doing this type of art?
I’ve been taking photographs as a serious hobby since about 1988 when I started doing darkroom work in black and white. Much more recently I’ve been doing digital photography and using Photoshop to perfect my images.
What inspires you and how did you get started?
I enjoy taking photos mostly of nature – flowers, animals, landscapes. I got started when a friend gave me a 35mm SLR camera as a gift.
Is any of your art for sale?
All the photos in this show are for sale. They are $40 and are printed on 16" x 20" canvas and ready to hang. If you’re interested in any of my other photos that you see on Photoshop, I am also willing to sell them after I’ve transferred them to canvas. You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
67 Conz St.
Northampton, MA 01060
8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
8:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m.
Assistant Director & Volunteer Coordinator
Program Development & Communications Manager